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'Breaking news on television is a joke'

'Breaking news on television is a joke'

IMAGE: Olga Tellis, one of the legends of Indian journalism. Photograph: Uttam Ghosh/   'There is too much news about film stars. There is too much fawning over wealth and power. There is a grey area between seriousness and triviality in news reporting now.' 'Mumbai is still a magnet. All the politicians have property in Mumbai. Politicians are the biggest racketeers here.' Olga Tellis, the legendary reporter who completed 50 years in journalism, tells A Ganesh Nadar/ ..., 1 month ago
Times of India

Abir-Raima starring Abby Sen a time travel story!

Atanu Ghosh's Abby Sen is a film about time travel that starts in the real world and journeys into a world of fantasy and romance. And this tale with a sci-fi touch is being told through a powerful cast that comprises Abir Chatterjee, Raima Sen, ...
 Times of India1 month ago

'I am 41. No one loves me'

"Why has your wife stopped loving you? "Have you bothered to sit her down and talk to her about it, what is it about you that she has switched off? "You can either mope through your life or try and do some course correction to win back people."'s Love Guru has answers to all your relationship problems. In an online chat every Thursday,'s Love Guru addresses relationship problems and attempts to offer earnest solutions. For those who missed the chat on November 26, ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

The precision and concentration needed to make celluloid films is now sorely missing

NT NETWORK I hate actors; I don't choose actors, but only reactors as they have to react in front of the camera, said Kaushik Ganguly, the well-known Bengali writer-director belonging to the contemporary breed of filmmakers, adding that most ...
 Navhind Times4 days ago

'I was happier when I was earning Rs 15 a day'

In a special series, looks at India through the lives of her people. Today: Abdul Nabi, who has been cleaning people's ears for 40 years in Mumbai. When he started out, he used to charge 1 anna per person; now he charges Rs 20. He never asks his customers their names or what they do and is among the last of a dying profession. IMAGE: Abdul Nabi's place of work is the Bandra talao in northwest Mumbai. There are very few ear cleaners in the city now. Photographs: Uttam ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

'My wife doesn't trust me'

"Everyone is born with insecurities, the trick lies in not letting it dominate you, give room to it but don't let it control you."'s Love Guru says it like no other. In an online chat every Thursday,'s Love Guru addresses relationship problems and attempts to offer earnest solutions. For those who missed the chat on November 19, here's the transcript: Zahir Shaikh: hi LG, I'm happily married man with 5 years of kid, my age is 36. But whenever I see a women elder to me, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

'We should not discount the ISIS threat in India'

'These terrorists want to smash Western civilisation, smash India. For the time being their main target would be the US and Europe.' 'You do not know if there is a lone wolf somewhere. Just imagine the harm it would have caused if such a lone wolf attack with just one AK-47 had happened at the Wembley stadium where Prime Minister Narendra Modi was addressing Indians the same night these ISIS terrorists were running amok in Paris.' IMAGE: Waving the ISIS flag in Kashmir. Photograph: Umar ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Is India ready for humour without punchlines?

'On Air with AIB seems to be becoming an increasingly exhausting show to sit through with each passing episode. While there are funny lines strewn all around, watching an On Air episode is like playing 'one-armed bandit' and getting 'three oranges' every time you put a coin in the slot machine; there's no breather and after a while no sense of wonder.' 'A big reason for the petering out is that On Air with AIB only tackles subjects and issues whose 'right' and 'wrong' eccentrics are totally ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Pharma sector can be a good bet

Analysts say those taking exposure through stocks could look at firms focused on domestic business Once the darling of investors, stocks in the pharmaceutical sector are on a downward spiral in recent months. In the past three months, the National Stock Exchange’s pharma index has fallen 11 per cent. Similarly, pharma funds’ three- month category returns are a negative four per cent. In the past month, returns have fallen 6.59 per cent. This is a contrast to the sector’s ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

The Great Indian Milieu on WhatsApp

'The whats app messages came as a tsunami on to dry, sparse, corroded, forgotten parts of the brain. Thoughts, memories, faces and long erased episodes were irrigated once again and with that came a turmoil not felt in a long while.' 'In the stark difference of time zones, how does one work in a work day and when checking messages cope with the instantaneous transport to a time that was different in every possible way?' asks Girish Rishi.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ I was born in an ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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